Hyplant-derived Sun-Induced Fluorescence—a new opportunity to disentangle complex vegetation signals from diverse vegetation types

Bandopadhyay S, Rastogi A, Rascher U, Rademske P, Schickling A, Cogliati S, Julitta T, Mac Arthur A, Hueni A, Tomelleri E, Celesti M, Burkart A, Stróżecki M, Sakowska K, Gąbka M, Rosadziński S, Sojka M, Iordache M-D, Reusen I, Van Der Tol C, Damm A, Schuettemeyer D & Juszczak R
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Bandopadhyay, S., Rastogi, A., Rascher, U., Rademske, P., Schickling, A., Cogliati, S., Julitta, T., Mac Arthur, A., Hueni, A., Tomelleri, E., Celesti, M., Burkart, A., Stróżecki, M., Sakowska, K., Gąbka, M., Rosadziński, S., Sojka, M., Iordache, M. D., Reusen, I., … Juszczak, R. (2019). Hyplant-derived Sun-Induced Fluorescence—a new opportunity to disentangle complex vegetation signals from diverse vegetation types. Remote Sensing, 11(14), 1691 (26 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11141691